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Students march to raise awareness of sexual assault

“Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” is an international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. This literal approach to sexual assault prevention is under the notion that you cannot understand another person’s experience until you have walked a mile in their shoes. APSU hosted their version ...

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Nontraditional Family Fun: a game day for students and their families

While the Adult and Nontraditional Student Center provides outreach to the nontraditional population at APSU, there is also another organization that provides similar outreach, yet without official ties to the university: the Nontraditional Student Society, or NTSS. “In the past, [NTSS] tried to focus on supporting nontraditional students specifically, but ...

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APSU fraternity member receives Fraternity Man of the Year award

At the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) held in Atlanta, Georgia, APSU’s very own Aristeo Ruiz was awarded the Gregory R. Singleton Fraternity Man of the Year. “No one is more deserving of this award than Ari,” junior criminal justice major and Interfraternity Council President Tyler Tubbs said. “There are thousands ...

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Paws to Care provides shelter, support for campus’s feline residents

The APSU campus welcomes students, both traditional and non-traditional. This we know, but what may come to surprise few, are the 25 plus feral cats and kittens that roam the campus perimeter as they please. The organization “Paws-to-Care” is doing their part to care for and shelter these felines that ...

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Escape Games recruiting new agents in different spin on popular attraction

Imagine being locked in a room with a handful of your closest friends and family members, tasked with solving a mystery in under 60 minutes. One mission, one mystery, one hour. Located on 480 Warfield Boulevard in Clarksville, Tennessee, the Covert Escape Games promise to thrill and immerse people of ...

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WNDAACC loans out calculators, laptops to students who need them

Understanding the overwhelming nature of college tuition and fees, the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center offers free technology to all APSU students to rent for an entire semester at a time. The purpose behind such a program is to provide students access to technology resources, such as Macbooks ...

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